If you are planning your Combermere Abbey wedding photographer and are looking for an inspiring venue for photographs, then Combermere Abbey may well be the wedding venue for you.
Situated on the Cheshire/Shropshire border in North West England, this multi award winning wedding venue offers something a little different. From the point of view of a Combermere Abbey Wedding Photographer, the walled gardens and ancient woodlands offer plenty of photo opportunities where the Bride and Groom can walk alone together, planning their happily ever after.
Grade One Listed
Located between Nantwich and Whitchurch, this Grade One listed former monastery was founded by the Lord of Nantwich, Hugh de Malbank, in the 12th Century. Throughout the following centuries, the site was remodelled and transformed and served mainly as a private residence.
The stables in the nearby courtyard, complete with clock tower, have since been converted into nine luxurious cottages and provide accomodation for upto 49 wedding guests.
Edwardian Glass House
Emily and her bridal party spent the morning in the lodge building, at the start of the winding drive that leads you to the Abbey and the gardens at Combermere. The car dropped the bride and her father at the end of the drive where they then walked together towards the maze and then made their way to the Edwardian Glass House to be greeted by guests and the waiting groom.
Exceptional Wedding Venue
The happy couple were married in the beautiful Edwardian Glass house in the grounds of the Combermere Abbey Estate. Surrounded by the walled gardens and the fruit tree maze, it’s little wonder that this is listed as “One of the most exceptional wedding venues in Cheshire.”
After family photographs in the fruit maze, we made our way into the woods and down to the river for photographs of the bride and groom together. A few minutes later we were back within the walled gardens and the new Mr & Mrs Lowndes were able to carry on sharing laughter and drinks with their friends and family.
Paul’s best man was brilliant. I would say that though. It was my own brother, Mark! I’m pretty sure I won’t see that happen again!
After the wedding breakfast, the happy couple greeted their evening guests as the heavens opened. More catching up with old friends and lots of dancing through the evening saw the bride and groom partying until late into the night.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer or maybe a photographer who has worked at Combermere Abbey then please do visit my Contact Page and I’d be happy to talk to you about your Combermere Abbey Wedding plans.
Combermere Abbey, Combermere, Whitchurch SY13 4AJ
Tel – 01948 838 391
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Web – https://combermereabbey.co.uk